The CDC-administered grant will tap the Bread Loaf Teacher Network for training in digital and literacy skills for a select cohort of Navajo students.
An early-evening fire broke out at a non-College owned off-campus apartment house rented by five Middlebury students.
Historian David Bain takes a look at the legacy of Joseph Battell, one of the College's most celebrated benefactors, on the centennial of his death.
Middlebury's New England Review and the Student Oratory Society paired up for an evening of literary entertainment at the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
Nuila, a practicing doctor, professor, and writer, will receive a full scholarship to the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference.
Our latest roundup of Middlebury people in the news.
The two-day gathering studied youth-driven activism worldwide from a number of perspectives.
Eight Middlebury voices, each serving as an example of unshrinking bravery, boldness, or valor in the face of danger or fear.
In the second of a two-part series, the C3 post-doctoral fellows continue their discussion on a variety of topics, from what it’s like to teach in a rural community to when they had their “a-ha Middlebury moment.”
Since the agency's founding in 1961, 494 Middlebury alumni have served in the Peace Corps.